26 states currently on FG’s Cash transfer program

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The National programme coordinator of cash transfer scheme of the federal government Dr. Tomitope Sinkaye says the programme needs only office accommodation, deployment of staff and logistics support from State governments for take off of the programme.

She said twenty six out of thirty six states of the federation are currently benefiting from the programme, while the remaining ten will benefit as soon as they respond.

She said despite the security challenges in some parts of Zamfara state, the cash transfer scheme will improve living standard of poorest populace in rural areas.

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Declaring the training open, Zamfara state governor Abdulazeez Yari Abubakar represented by Ahmad Sale Tsafe said the programme would improve socioeconomic development of less privileged in the state.

According to him insecurity bedeviling some parts of the state is the major factor that made many poor in the state.

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Six out of the fourteen local governments of the state have been selected to benefit from Cash transfer programme of the federal government.

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